Teacher Licensing Regulations Information on teaching in the state of vermont, including requirments, license information, and the Category Regional North America Education Educator Resources Reciprocity vermont participates in the Interstate Contact of the National Associationof State Directors of teacher Education and certification (NASDTEC http://www.state.vt.us/educ/license/
Extractions: Other links Welcome to the Vermont Educator Licensing Web Site Welcome to the Vermont Department of Education's Educator Licensing Web site. Please know this site is still "under construction" and may not yet have all the services we hope to post, but we trust it will provide you with useful information.
State Contacts For Alternative Teacher Certification Poll results show rapid development of alternative routes to teacher certification at the state level. This table provides related state contacts. email firstname.lastname@example.org. vermont Department of Education Educational Resources Unit http://www.ncei.com/State-alt-contact.htm
State Level Teacher Certification teacher certification. 250 East Fifth South. Salt Lake City, UT 84111. Attn Roger Mouritsen or Diane DeMan. (801) 5387741. vermont http://www.aip.org/statistics/trends/reports/teacher.htm
Extractions: If you are considering teaching as a career choice, the following information will be vital to you. The rules governing teacher certification change regularly, vary greatly across states, and many states have a number of different options, including alternate teacher certification. Below is a list of the specific offices to call regarding teacher certification requirements in each state.
Extractions: This article is taken from The Job Search Handbook for Educators. Each year, more than 135,000 teacher candidates use this book to help organize their job searches. This is just one of many featured articles which are researched and written by AAEE members. If you would like more information on ordering this handbook, c lick here The Job Search Handbook for Educators A teaching certification is valid only in the state for which it is issued, and certification and testing requirements are never static. If you are planning to move to another state, you should contact that state's certification office, as listed below. The number code following each entry indicates the types of testing which the state required at the time this information was published in the 1999 Job Search Hanbook. The key to the codes follows the state listing. When you write or call the state certification office, indicate the type of certificate you are receiving from your current state, which national tests you have taken, and ask for application materials and procedures for obtaining certification in the new state. Another source of information about certification requirements will be the actual districts to which you apply.
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Educator Licensing vermont's Alternative Licensure Program Peer Review (Handbook for Applicants)Clicking this link will open a PDF file. NATIONAL BOARD teacher certification. http://www.state.vt.us/educ/new/html/maincert.html
Extractions: The Licensing Division administers regulations and procedures that have been established to evaluate the credentials of prospective educators to ensure that they meet specified preparation standards and requirements. Established by the Professional Standards Boards and approved by the State Board of Education, Vermont's regulations governing educator preparation and licensing require professional employees of all Vermont public elementary, middle, and secondary schools to hold state licensure appropriate for their assignment(s). Click here to visit the Vermont Educator Licensing Web site. For information about licensing requirements, call (802) 828-2445 or e-mail email@example.com
Extractions: There are still a few spaces left for the UVTI class of 2003-2004. Click applying above. teacher certification program, alternative teacher certification, New England, New Hampshire, Vermont Is there a teacher in you ? UVTI, the Upper Valley Teacher Institute of Lebanon, New Hampshire, has been helping talented candidates become great teachers for over 30 years. UVTI is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and approved for teacher certification by the State of New Hampshire. At UVTI, adult college graduates learn the art and science of teaching through full-time classroom internships. They also participate in weekly seminars and workshops. In one academic year, UVTI interns earn certification in New Hampshire, which is reciprocal in Vermont and many other states. Internships are available in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont; in Concord, Manchester, and Plymouth, New Hampshire; and in Brattleboro, Burlington, Rutland and Montpelier, Vermont. A second UVTI program, the New Teacher Institute, was established in the fall of 2000.
Extractions: With the growing interest in implementing early foreign language programs in schools, the need for more qualified teachers is increasing. Consequently, there is a strong need for inservice and preservice programs to prepare early foreign language educators. Programs include such topics as methods for teaching languages to children, first and second language acquisition of children, teaching practicum, and other related topics.
Thoughts On Teacher "Certification" THOUGHTS ON teacher certification (For political reasons, the author of thisarticle, a vermont school board member, wishes to remain anonymous). http://www.schoolreport.com/vbe/articles/thoughts.htm
Extractions: (For political reasons, the author of this article, a Vermont school board member, wishes to remain anonymous) (05/01) I often find it amusing that education reformers are generally ignoring what may well be the Achilles' heel of education - the so-called "certification" of individuals to teach in K-12 public schools. Originally intended to assure that teachers were competent professionals, the certification process has decayed into a system which more often than not assures just the opposite. As a member of a large Union District school board, I am frequently asked to participate in teacher candidate interviews. In this process, I have the privilege of examining the candidates' resumes and college transcripts in detail. And almost without exception, they are appalling. As a scientist, I am most likely to interview prospective math and science teachers. The most alarming trend I am seeing is science and math candidates who chose the profession of teaching because they originally failed to succeed in a math or science major. The latest studies indicate that the young men and women currently in college pursuing a diploma in "education" have the lowest SAT scores of any major field of study. And, the average teacher will graduate in the bottom 25% of his or her class.
Vermonters For Better Education - Index (10/99). Bernier Mayo certification Something of Value?(12/99); The vermont EducationAssociation Education (11/98); How About teacher Competency Testing for http://www.schoolreport.com/vbe/index1.html
U. S. State Teacher Certification Offices 3 State Department of Education teacher Licensing and State Office of Education Certificationand Personnel vermont State Department of Education Licensing and http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/CTE/cert/State_Teacher_Cert_Off.html
State Support And Incentives have also been provided for the development of a vermont NBPTS Program who completesthe requirements and receives National teacher certification shall receive http://www.nbpts.org/about/stateinfo.cfm?state=Vermont
Teaching In Vermont: Chapter Seven generated and compared to information from the certification database to In vermont,little information is gathered on all facets of teacher quality, making http://www.ncsl.org/programs/educ/VTCh7.htm
Extractions: Forgotten NCSLnet Password? 7. CONCLUSION This study represents one of the most comprehensive analysis of teacher policy and practice in Vermont, and the data here can help to provide some clarity as state policymakers continue to discuss issues that affect teachers. However, more questions about teaching in Vermont classrooms may have been raised than have been answered. As Vermont implements new policies for teacher preparation program approval, relicensure, and student standards and assessments, several questions need to be discussed by both policymakers and those in the education community. The most pressing of these questions involves the collection and reporting of data that pertain to teaching quality. Data Gathering and Policy Evaluation Data systems across the country reflect a licensure orientation from an earlier era. Despite state efforts to establish performance-based preparation and licensure systems, states gather only information on their licenses, endorsements and other demographic information, the same data that has been gathered for decades. This information however, is of little use to policymakers and practitioners who are attempting to better understand teacher qualifications-based on previous course work, professional development activities, evaluations and other measures of performance-to teach specific courses.
Teaching In Vermont: Acknowledgements allowed us to better understand current policies and practices across vermont. Mr.Hirsch received his teacher certification in Massachusetts and currently is http://www.ncsl.org/programs/educ/VTAcknowledge.htm
Extractions: Forgotten NCSLnet Password? ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would especially like to thank all the school principals, superintendents and School/Department of Education faculty who responded to our surveys and questions. Their input allowed us to better understand current policies and practices across Vermont. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Eric Hirsch is a program manager in NCSL's Education Program. He has written numerous reports, organized meetings, testified to legislatures and presented at conferences about issues of teacher quality, charter schools and school choice. Mr. Hirsch received his teacher certification in Massachusetts and currently is completing his Ph.D. at the University of Colorado. Shelby Samuelsen is a research analyst in NCSL's Education Program. She has written and presented on issues relating to teacher quality, school finance and accountability. Ms. Samuelsen taught fourth grade in California and received her master's degree in education policy from the University of Colorado. Teaching in Vermont Main Page National Conference of State Legislatures
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Extractions: CMLA Job Market As part of our work for the CMLA job market committee, OCMLA has organized information regarding certification in different states. If you need to get re-certified in a state other than the one you are cuurently certified in then this information will be very valuable to you. Alaska Arizona California Colorado ... Wyoming Teacher Certification and Employment
Extractions: public schools in Vermont Vermont ranks 6th in the nation in the proportion of public school 4th graders scoring at the highest two levels in math. The proportion of Vermont 4th graders who scored at the highest two levels in math increased by 26% between 1996 and 2000. RCM Vermont ranks 5th in the nation in the proportion of public school 8th graders scoring at the highest two levels in math. The proportion of Vermont 8th graders who scored at the highest two levels in math increased by 19% between 1996 and 2000. RCM Vermont ranks 2nd in the nation for having the highest percentage of public school 4th graders scoring at the highest two levels in science. RCS Vermont ranks 6th in the nation for having the highest proportion of public school 8th graders scoring at the highest two levels in science. The proportion of Vermont public school 8th graders who scored at the higehst two levels in science increased by 15% between 1996 and 2000. RCS Vermont has been named as one of the two "smartest states" in the country based on the quality of its public elementary and secondary schools.
Extractions: Vermont's Michele Forman Named National Teacher of the Year! Vermont-NEA member Michele Forman, a social studies teacher at Middlebury Union High School since 1986, has been named 2001 National Teacher of the Year. Forman begins a year as a full-time national and international spokesperson for education on June 1, 2001. She's the first Vermont educator to receive this honor. Forman is well known among Vermont-NEA members as a leader of the Vermont Alliance for the Social Studies and as Vermont-NEA political action chair for Addison County. Last year, she achieved National Board Certification in Adolescence and Young Adulthood for Social Studies and History, the first such certification in Vermont. The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and Scholastic, Inc. sponsor the Teacher of the Year program. Gordon Ambach, CCSSO head, said, "Michele has the exceptional combination of a sharp and creative intellect, a commitment to help students address the major political and human rights issues of our times, and the personal warmth that nourishes growth and confidence in her students. Every student should have the opportunity to learn from a teacher like Michele." You can read more about Forman and see a picture of her on the Vermont-NEA website: www.vtnea.org